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Daniel Glattauer



Daniel Glattauer was born in Vienna in 1960 and works there as a journalist and writer. Since 1989 he has been a columnist for Der Standard, and three collections of his articles have been published in book form. Love Virtually, and it's sequel Every Seventh Wave, have both sold millions of copies in Germany, and we're adapted into BBC radio plays.
Books currently available by this author

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MacLehose Press

Forever Yours

Daniel Glattauer
Authors:
Daniel Glattauer
MacLehose Press

Every Seventh Wave

Daniel Glattauer
Authors:
Daniel Glattauer

Have you ever just clicked with someone? - the sequel to the international bestseller Love Virtually about a relationship conducted by email.Love Virtually ends as Leo leaves Austria for America. He and Emmi have still not met, but the intensity of their e-mail correspondence has been threatening Emmi's marriage. Leo returns from Boston and gradually resumes his e-mail contact with Emmi. But he has plans to settle down with Pamela, the woman he met in America. In an attempt to draw a line under their relationship, Emmi and Leo at last agree to meet in person.Translated from the German by Jamie Bulloch and Katharina Bielenberg

MacLehose Press

Love Virtually

Daniel Glattauer
Authors:
Daniel Glattauer

"I couldn't put it down ... like a jilted lover, when I reached the end I wanted more" Danielle Goldstein, Time OutLove Virtually is a funny, fast-paced and utterly absorbing novel, with plenty of twists and turns, about a love affair conducted entirely by email."Write to me, Emmi. Writing is like kissing, but without lips. Writing is kissing with the mind."It begins by chance: Leo receives emails in error from an unknown woman called Emmi. Being polite he replies, and Emmi writes back. A few brief exchanges are all it takes to spark a mutual interest in each other, and soon Emmi and Leo are sharing their innermost secrets and longings. The erotic tension simmers, and it seems only a matter of time before they will meet in person. But they keep putting off the moment - the prospect both excites and unsettles them. And after all, Emmi is happily married. Will their feelings for each other survive the test of a real-life encounter? And if so, what then? Translated from the German by Jamie Bulloch and Katharina Bielenberg